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Density = mass/volume

Density of the cube = 8g/2cm3 = 4g/cm3

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0mass = density x volume Mass = 5 grams per centimeter cubed x 10 centimeters cubed = 50 grams

No. A gram is a unit of mass. Centimeters cubed is a unit of volume. A milliliter is equivalent volume to a cubic centimeter, though.Common units of density are grams/milliliter or grams/cm3, which are equivalent.

density = mass/volumedensity of copper = 8.94 g/ centimeters cubed8.94 g/ centimeters cubed = mass/10 centimeters cubedmass = 8.94 g/ centimeters cubed * 10 centimeters cubedmass= 89.4 grams

Density = Mass/Volume = 150/6 = 25 grams per cm3.

Area of cylinder base = pi x Radius squared (πr2) Radius is in centimeters (cm) Area is in centimeters squared (cm2) ---- Volume = Area x Height Area is in centimeters squared (cm2) Height is in centimeters (cm) Volume is in centimeters cubed (cm3) ---- Mass = Volume x Density Density is in grams centimeter cubed (g/cm3) Volume is in centimeters cubed (cm3) Mass is in grams (g)

2.1 grams per centimeter cubed

Volume = mass / density = 554g / 3.1 gcm-3 ~= 178.7 cm3

Assuming that the metal's density is measured in grams per centimeter cubed (and not, for instance, grams per liter), the volume is found by dividing the mass by the density. In this case, it's approximately 2.341 centimeters cubed.

The density must be 22.5 GRAMS per cm cubed, not 22.5 cm cubed. Then, Density = Mass/Volume implies Mass = Density*Volume = 22.5 * 5.42 = 121.95 grams.

The formula for density is density=mass/volume. Therefore solve the problem as follows. 80.0g/25cm3=3.2g/cm3

The result varies, according to the density of the substance. Gram is used to measure mass, cubic centimeters is used to measure volume.

The density of water is 1 gram per centimeter cubed. Therefore, the volume of 50 grams of water is 50 cubic centimeters, or .05 liters.

You need to know the density of the fluid density= grams/centimeters cubed (cc=centimeters cubed) for example the density of water is 1 g/cm3 5 cm3*1g/cm3 = 5 grams

Density = mass(in grams)/volume ( volume in centimeters cubed. cc ) 9.6 kilograms = 9600 grams 15 cm^3 = 3375 cc Density = 9600 grams/3375 cc = 2.84 grams/cubic centimeters ( or milliliters) ( real density of iron is 7.86 g/ml )

Any object with an average density of 1.538 g/cc.

2 g/cm3 Because density = mass / volume so u do 40 divided by 20 and get 2

Volume cannot be "centemeters squared. it must be "centimeters cubed" cm3. The density of a 30cm3 ball with mass 33.0 g is 33/30 = 1.1

You can find the volume of 500 grams of iron by using the formula for density and knowing iron's density. The density of iron is 7.85 grams per cubic centimeters and the formula for density is ggiven by mass divided by volume, or volume is equal to mass divided by density. The volume is 500 grams/ 7.85 grams per cubic centimeters, which is 63.69 cubic centimeters.

If the density of mercury is 13.546 g per cm cubed, the volume occupied by 999 grams of mercury is 73.7 cubic centimeters. papadantonakis.com/images/d/d0/Chem_101_Lecture_Notes_6.pdf

The volume would be 9 cubic centimeters. If you meant to ask the density, that would be 4 grams per cubic centimeter.

4 centimeters cubed! Density = grams/cm3 Density = 13 g/4 cm3 = 3.25 g/cm3 =========

2 grams per centimeter cubed. The equation to find this is D=M/V, which means density equals mass over volume.

density = mass/volume volume = mass/density mass = density x volume Ex: V=40m cubed M=300g D=a M/V 300/40 = 7.5g _______ m cubed or D= 7.5 grams per meter cubed

grams per centimeters cubed(g/cm^3)

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